Another Vietnam story about the Last Battle

The Auxiliary Navy Ships (AO, AE, AOE, AF, AK, AD, AR, and AG’s) manned by full time Navy Sailors kept the fleet armed, fueled, supplied, repaired and ready for action during Vietnam with little mention in Naval History. May 15, 2020 is the 45th Anniversary of the last official battle of the Vietnam War, the repatriation of the U.S. ship S.S. Mayaguez. The last 19 names on the Vietnam Wall are the Marines and Air Force members killed in this battle. This is the story of one of the lesser known ships of that rescue action. The USS Kiska AE-35.

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

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OUR VETERANS Book

Who knew we had so many veterans in our neighborhood?

My Military Reunion

After 40 years we were able to meet again.

Off to sunny Parris Island

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Why Stand?

"Congress shall make no law...abridging the freedom of speech." - First Amendment to the United States Constitution

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Child Safety Awareness Day

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Could I find my father's French orphan, Gilbert, from WWII in France and tell him that Dad never forgot him?

Veteran Owned Business Project launches member verification program

New program transitions 1,000s of validated members who joined over the past 11 years to new “Verified Member” classification

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